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Desktop Support Technician

Appcast

This is a Full-time position in Fredericton, NB posted January 21, 2021.

Desktop Support Technician
Fredericton, NB
 
Support the day-to-day IT needs of our entire user base spanning multiple locations, including remote workers, across a multitude of technologies.
 
Responsibilities

 

  • Respond and resolve user support requests
  • Onsite maintenance for all Fredericton office staff
  • Primary IT point of contact for Fredericton office related infrastructure projects
  • Assisting with the onboarding and offboarding of end users
  • Lead for quarterly scheduled maintenance across a growing end-user base
  • Assisting Director of IT Services with the planning and implementation of large scale projects.
  • Serving as backup to the Director of IT Services
  • Ongoing special projects as they arise
  • Ongoing training for IT advancement    

Candidate Traits
 

  • Working knowledge/experience with Google Workspace, Office 365, iOS, Windows, and MacOS are preferred.

Benefits

  • Competitive base salary and company bonus plan
  • Career advancement opportunities
  • Fast-paced, fun and energetic sales and marketing-centric company
  • Health & dental benefits

 
About Appcast 

Founded in 2014 and headquartered near Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, Appcast has become one of the fastest growing technology companies in New England. Our programmatic recruitment marketing suite is transforming how leading employers, ad agencies and job boards find and attract talent. 

On July 1, 2019, Appcast was acquired by StepStone. StepStone, a subsidiary of Axel Springer SE, is the leading ‘jobs’ classified business in Europe. Appcast is their 1st major investment in the US market